Triple M 1152 AM together with Empire Touring and TEG Live are excited to announce the next Sunset Sounds will rock the Murrumbidgee Turf Club in Wagga Wagga on Saturday, 6 November 2021 with ten of the biggest Aussie music legends on the line-up.
Headlining this massive day of live Aussie music is five time ARIA Award winner, Cold Chisel guitarist and iconic Australian musician, Ian Moss who will be joined by Richard Clapton, Kate Ceberano, Russell Morris, Ross Wilson, The Radiators, Shannon Noll, Wendy Matthews, Dragon and Bachelor Girl. Ten of the best artists for one day only!
Tickets for Sunset Sounds go on sale at 10am (local time) on Friday May 14 from ticketek.com.au. Venue and ticket outlet pre-sales commence from 12pm on Tuesday May 11.
Ian Moss said, “The good folk of Wagga Wagga and surrounding areas have always supported me, and it’s one of my favourite areas to play in Australia, so I can’t wait to come back for Sunset Sounds in November with my fabulous band.”
Kate Ceberano said, “At the moment, all musicians play “day by day”, making every gig count…every opportunity to be in front of a crowd, doing the thing we all most love to do, which is to play, sing, and entertain! Bloody sweat and tears! You bring it, we bring it…winner winner chicken dinner”.
Shannon Noll said, “I’m really looking forward to coming down to Wagga Wagga in November as part of the amazing Sunset Sounds line-up and playing the hits for my very loyal Wagga fans. It’s going to be a ripppa!”
Triple M 1152 AM are presenting Sunset Sounds and the station sent a message on behalf of their popular breakfast hosts: “Poppy and Leigh from Triple M couldn’t be contacted as they were staking out their spot at the MTC in preparation for the show”.
Sunset Sounds will be a fabulous day of hits and memories from ten of our much-loved and favourite 70s, 80s and 90s hit makers! There’s sure to be a whole lot of reminiscing and more than a few sing-alongs from the enthusiastic crowd.
Protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of our ticketholders and workforce is our highest priority and all venues will be operating in reduced, COVIDSafe modes with all precautions stipulated by the respective State Governments.
Fans are also strongly advised to use the official ticket links and not to buy tickets from so called “reselling” websites such as Viagogo who typically advertise heavily online and often mislead consumers into paying much higher prices than necessary for tickets that may turn out to be fake.
Tickets on sale at 10am (local time) on Friday May 14 from ticketek.com.au